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12-05 Predictors and protective factors for adolescent Internet victimization
12-05 New Perspectives on School Students’ Part-time Work
12-05 Understanding Society: a long term study of 40,000 UK households
12-03 Children having children? Religion, psychology and the birth of the teenage pregnancy problem
12-03 Rates of cyber victimization and bullying among male Australian primary and high school students
12-03 Housing instability is as strong a predictor of poor health outcomes as level of danger in an abusive relationship
12-03 Adolescents’ Perceived Safety and Security in Public Space—A Swedish Focus Group Study with a Gender Perspective
12-03 Socialization of Physical and Social Aggression in Early Adolescents' Peer Groups: High-status Peers, Individual Status, and Gender
12-03 Does your mother know? Staying out late and risky behaviours among 10-15 year olds (page 9 pdf)
12-01 Trends in Youth Internet Victimization (pdf)
12-01 Life Satisfaction Among Children in Different Family Structures
12-01 E-safety education: Young people, surveillance and responsibility
12-01 Electronic Play, Study, Communication, and Adolescent Achievement
12-01 To Bully or Not to Bully, That Is Not the Question: Western Australian Early Adolescents’ in Search of a Reputation
12-01 Correlates of Handgun Carrying Among Adolescents in the US
12-01 Cyberbullying among gifted children (pdf)
12-01 'All Gas and No Brakes!'' : Helpful Metaphor or Harmful Stereotype? (pdf)
12-01 Impulsivity, Self-Regulation, and Pathological Video Gaming Among Youth
12-01 How Girls Create Meaningful Places of Their Own Through Movement
12-01 Bullying: turning the curve at last?
12-01 Survey of young people's use of technology
12-01 Web addicts have brain changes, research suggests
11-11 Social rejection by peers: a risk factor for psychological distress
11-11 Almost one in three children fear after-school bullying
11-11 "Why anything can be addictive" Dr Mark Griffiths
11-11 The brain structure of those who played video games more than nine hours a week
11-10 Twitter and mood swings (pdf)
11-10 Video games and game transfer phenomena
11-10 Beliefs about parental authority, parenting styles, and parent-adolescent conflict among Iranian mothers of middle adolescents
11-10 Effects of early relationships on children’s perceived control: A longitudinal study
11-10 Parental mediation of teenagers’ video game playing: Antecedents and consequences
11-10 Adolescents’ Susceptibility to Peer Pressure: Relations to Parent–Adolescent Relationship and Adolescents’ Emotional Autonomy From Parents
11-08 "I'm on it 24/7 at the moment": A qualitative examination of multi-screen viewing behaviours among UK 10-11 year olds (pdf)
11-08 Young people ‘as risk’ or young people ‘at risk’: Comparing discourses of anti-social behaviour in England and Victoria
11-08 Deviant Youth Groups in 30 Countries
11-08 Cyberbullying in Turkish middle schools
11-08 Setting the Baseline: The National Literacy Trust’s first annual survey into reading (pdf)
11-08 Social networking sites and contact risks among Flemish youth
11-07 The prevalence of cyberbullying among adolescents: A case study of middle schools in Serbia
11-07 Do physical and relational aggression explain adolescents' friendship selection? The competing roles of network characteristics, gender, and social status
11-06 The Nature of Giving Time to Your Child’s School
11-06 Video game playing increases food intake in adolescents
11-06 Games consules: Joint pain and game and mobile use
11-06 Correlates of Gambling Among U.S. Eighth-Grade Boys and Girls
11-06 Children’s Social Capital in the Segregated Context of Amsterdam
11-06 The Making of an Outsider: Growing Up in Poverty in Northern Ireland
11-05 Crime study highlights teenage knife carrying
11-05 Mothers’ Knowledge of Early Adolescents’ Activities Following the Middle School Transition and Pubertal Maturation
11-05 “We don’t need no education”: Video game preferences, video game motivations, and aggressiveness among adolescent boys of different educational ability levels
11-05 One in five children frightened by bullies
11-05 Are Cyberbullies Less Empathic? Adolescents' Cyberbullying Behavior and Empathic Responsiveness
11-05 Using social norms to reduce bullying: A research intervention among adolescents in five U.S. middle schools (pdf)
11-05 Role Model Behavior and Youth Violence
11-04 The importance of pleasure reading in the lives of young Canadian teenagers: Self-identification, self-construction and self-awareness
11-04 The influence of ICT on the activity patterns of children with physical disabilities outside school
11-04 Meaning in life: is it a protective factor for adolescents' psychological health?
11-04 Impact of the Internet on teenagers in India and their influence on family purchases
11-04 Father’s and Mother’s Psychological Violence and Adolescent Behavioral Adjustment
11-03 Mothers' knowledge of what distresses and what comforts their children predicts children's coping, empathy, and prosocial behavior
11-03 Internet use and video gaming predict problem behavior in early adolescence
11-03 Girls: Associations between co-playing video games and adolescent behavioral and family outcomes
11-01 “The only 13-year-old on planet earth without a cell phone”: Meanings of cell phones in early adolescents’ everyday lives
11-01 Tongue piercing: The effect of material on microbiological findings
11-01 “It's Murder Out Today”: U.S. Middle school girls speak out about girl fighting
11-01 Adolescents girls’ understandings and experiences of social support within their friendship group.
11-01 Violent games not to blame for youth aggression
11-01 “Guys, she’s humongous!”: Gender and weight-based teasing in adolescence
11-01 The experiences of being a teenage father: an interpretative phenomenological analysis
11-01 To capture a complete picture of young people’s sedentary time, studies should endeavour to measure both screen time and non-screen sedentary time (pdf)
11-01 At-risk/problem Internet gambling in adolescents
11-01 Intergenerational aspects of psychological control and irrational beliefs between parents and adolescents
11-01 School social workers' perceptions of cyberbullying
11-01 Peer relationships and suicide ideation and attempts among Chinese adolescents
10-12 Age ratings on video games: Are they effective? (pdf)
10-12 Explaining the development of adolescent violent delinquency in Germany
10-12 Social activities, self-efficacy, game attitudes, and game addiction among South Korean students
10-12 CEOP sees a rise in children reporting problems on net
10-12 Aspiring, consuming, becoming: Youth identity in a culture of consumption
10-12 Neighborhood context and the gender gap in adolescent violent crime
10-12 Towards a digital adolescent society? The social structure of the Icelandic adolescent blogospher
10-12 Cyberbullying and self-esteem
10-11 Are extreme levels of texting 'unhealthy'?
10-11 Clustering of multiple lifestyle behaviours and its relationship with weight status and cardiorespiratory fitness in a sample of Flemish 11- to 12-year-olds
10-11 Fatigue status in relation to lifestyle in healthy Japanese adolescents
10-11 The role of energy balance-related behaviours and the prevention of weight gain
10-11 Determinants of the prevalence and incidence of overweight in German children and adolescents
10-10 The role of parents in the development of gambling behaviour in adolescents
10-10 Family poverty over the early life course and recurrent adolescent and young adult anxiety and depression
10-10 Sibling supervision and young children's risk of injury: a comparison of mothers' and older siblings' reactions to risk taking by a younger child in the family
10-10 Preadolescent violence among girls
10-09 School violence in Taiwan: Examining how Western risk factors predict school violence in an Asian culture
10-09 Grooming for terror: The Internet and young people
10-09 Changing differences by educational attainment in fathers’ domestic labour and child care
10-09 Computer game associating self-concept to images of acceptance can reduce adolescents' aggressiveness in response to social rejection
10-09 Tackling violence and increasing the safety of young people
10-09 Could dragging a teenager out of bed be detrimental to their health?
10-07 Filling the parenting gap? Grandparent involvement with U.K. adolescents
10-07 How do parents make adolescents feel loved? Perspectives on supportive parenting from adolescents in 12 cultures
10-07 Portrayals of male and female scientists in television programs popular among middle school age children
10-06 Correlates of video games playing among adolescents in an Islamic country
10-06 The shifting balance of adolescent time use
10-06 Trends in technological advance: Implications for sedentary behaviour and obesity in screenagers
10-05 Data from 1993 onward show an upward trend of 12-15 yr. olds saving money with 12-13 yr. old males saving the most
10-05 Launch of advice service for young people in Wales
10-04 Violent video games, catharsis seeking, bullying and delinquency
10-04 Book - Cyberbullying : Activities to help children and teenagers to stay safe in a texting, Twittering, social networking world
10-03 Children and their pets: Exploring the relationships between pet ownership, pet attitudes, attachment to pets and empathy
10-03 Adolescent screen time and attachment to parents and peers
10-03 The attitudes towards and behavior of Greek pupils to nutrition, smoking, stress and physical activity (pdf)
10-02 The Thinkyouknow 11-16 website
10-02 Mobile phone radiation health risk controversy: the reliability and sufficiency of science behind the safety standards
10-02 Can changes in parenting explain the rise in adolescent problem behaviour?
10-01 Injury incidence among Chinese school children
10-01 Early adolescent romantic partner status, peer standing, and problem behaviors
10-01 Early initiation of alcohol drinking, cigarette smoking, and sexual intercourse linked to suicidal ideation and attempts: findings from the 2006 Korean Youth Risk Behavior Survey
10-01 Adolescents with two nonresident biological parents: Living arrangements, parental involvement, and well-being
10-01 Youths' caretaking of their adolescent sisters' children
09-12 Youth Club Activities - a small group activity to explore attitudes to risk-taking and promote discussion
09-12 Characteristics of Internet use of Chinese addictive Elementary and Middle school students and its influence on Internet addiction
09-12 Half of secondary school girls considering cosmetic surgery, Guides study finds
09-12 The Guides survey
09-11 Television viewing, computer use, and BMI among U.S. children and adolescents
09-11 Children and their pets: Exploring the relationships between pet ownership, attitudes, attachment and empathy.
09-10 How do children develop their aesthetic sensibility?
09-10 Get Safe Online
09-10 Influence of television advertising on adolescents in China
09-09 The spiritual revolution and suicidal ideation: an empirical enquiry among 13- to 15-year-old adolescents in England and Wales
09-09 Get Safe Online
09-09 32,000 young people and their health-related behaviour
09-09 Offline social ties and online use of computers: A study of disabled youth and their use of ICT advances
09-08 Women are more likely than men to follow the parenting practices of their mothers
09-08 Get Safe Online
09-08 Televisions in the bedrooms of racial/ethnic minority children: How did they get there and how do we get them out?
09-07 TeenLifeCheck goes nationwide
09-07 Get Safe Online
09-07 Eye-tracking software opens online worlds to people with disabilities
09-06 Boys may be more inclined towards gangs and violence because of genes
09-06 Caffeine-fueled teenagers are texting, Web-surfing and gaming for hours into the night, which is affecting their alertness and ability to function during the day
09-06 Family-Based program helps youth avoid risky behavior
09-06 Latest news about computer viruses
09-06 Half (51%) of juvenile domestic assault offenders in the U.S. victimised a parent
09-06 Research into adolescents' out-of-school activities
09-05 The younger generation uses the Internet in a more concentrated way and was exposed to more negative content online
09-05 Urban Chinese youth and the Internet cafe
09-05 Screen media time usage of 12--16 year-old Spanish school adolescences
09-04 40% of pupils admit that they have Internet 'chat buddies' who they do not know in real life
09-04 Online computer gaming: Advice for parents and teachers
09-04 Gap between parents' perceptions and children's actual Internet online activities
09-02 Student Paramedics tackle knife and drugs dangers in school
09-02 Are social networking sites really infantilising our teenagers?
09-02 Children who spend more than two hours a day in front of the television in early childhood are twice as likely to develop asthma as those out playing,'
09-01 Internet generation leave parents behind
09-01 A690 and the mobile teen village
08-12 A new scheme to help young people spearhead and deliver ideas for positive activities
08-12 The changing nature of families
08-11 The more friends we have, the happier we are
08-11 Why parents are born and not made - based on the study of the burying beetle
08-10 Cyberbullying is common among teenagers who are frequent internet users, with 72 percent of respondents reporting at least one incident during the past year.
08-10 England to 'Lead the World' in compouter access for young people
08-10 World's largest household longitudinal study launches
08-09 Parental control directly influences whether a child will develop a harmonious or obsessive passion for their favorite hobby.
08-09 Study finds link between a mother's stress and her child becoming overweight
08-09 Children who have a television or computer in their room sleep less during the school year, watch more TV, play more computer games and surf the net more than their peers who don't
08-07 Orange RockCorps, a US scheme launched in the UK this month which seeks to reward community spirit
08-07 Young people in Sunderland do not have the time to volunteer according to a small survey
08-07 New research challenges government plans to clamp down on knife crime
08-07 Carrying a knife. It's not a game - The Met's new anti-knife campaign
08-06 Young people's health related behaviour - example reports from East Sussex
08-06 The Norton Online Living Report gives a snapshot of how different cultures and different countries approach the Internet
08-06 US Youth Trends - Tween & Teen Lifestyle Report: teens and preteens media consumption increasing
08-05 US health research - The feasibility of using cell phones equipped with global positioning systems to track where 14- to 16-year-old girls spend their time
08-04 'Safer children in a digital world' : The report of the Byron Review
08-04 Canadian teenagers spend average 30 hours TV and computer use per week
08-03 Viewing professional wrestling on television and engaging in violent and other health risk behaviors.
08-03 RNID has asked students from British universities to design earplugs for young people who love music, following the charity's own research finding that 90 per cent of young people have experienced the first signs of hearing damage after a night out.
08-02 Irish teenagers study: Diet, Lifestyle, Physical Activity and body weight
08-01 Children in non-fiction television programmes - an independent report
08-01 Social norms and SHEU surveys
07-12 Young People into 2007 (wire bound edition now only
07-12 Do online adverts affect young people?
07-12 No need to panic over children's risky behaviour
07-12 Assessing commercial activity on children's favourite websites and online environments
07-11 http://www.thedisneyblog.com/tdb/2007/07/disney-readies-.html
07-11 Young People into 2007
07-11 Brand Week
07-11 Safe surfing on the Internet : launch of a game for children
07-09 Most boys and many girls play violent video games Children report playing in groups and that games help them manage emotions. A new American study dispels some myths and uncovers some surprises about young teens and violent video and computer games.
07-09 'Going for walks' is a popular activity for 10-15 year old females (up to 38% of 14-15 year old females) as reported in 'Young People into 2007' - a unique contemporary archive of information from 68,495 youngsters.
07-08 Young people turn to the virtual world for real life experiences:
07-08 Young People into 2007 - nearly 70,000 young people tell us about their health related behaviour.
07-07 The Peace Foundation Network Schools Programmes
07-07 Young People into 2007 - nearly 70,000 young people tell us about their health related behaviour
07-07 Groups of young people in Hull, Brighton, Middlesbrough and Manchester, have been trained to be young people's champions.
07-07 Scouting can still inspire millions around the world
07-07 School bus services - East Riding of Yorkshire Council saves money by using Ordnance Survey
07-07 http://www.scouts.org.uk
07-06 Ofsted commissioned the Schools Health Education Unit to provide research evidence from its behavioural surveys for a new report: 'Time for Change? Personal, social and health education
07-03 Parents' genes, not parents' arguing, may cause children's conduct problems
07-03 Young Chinese cyclists told to turn off phones and MP3 players
07-02 Changing trends in sex specific prevalence rates for childhood asthma, eczema, and hay fever

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